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Anonymous
August 24, 2004 1:28:03 AM

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Hi,

I'm writing from France so sorry if my English is not perfect :-).

I have an irregular problem with my Pioneer CLD-D925 player. I currently
mostly use it to play audio CDs and I'm not sure the problem I'm reporting
occurs with LDs too.

When I play a CD, I randomly got the following problem: the player stops
reading the CD and the front panel displays the error code "P0". Sometimes
if I replay the same CD it works just fine. Other times, I got the error on
more time.

I've found the following link explaining that it would be a "spindle error".
http://www.igelect.force9.co.uk/perrcds.html

Could you tell me more about this and do you think there's anything I can do
myself to repair the player? I'm usually able to repair all kind of stuff
but I have no tracks at all for the current issue :-).

Many thanks for your help!

Best regards,

Thierry

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Anonymous
August 24, 2004 1:28:04 AM

Archived from groups: alt.video.laserdisc (More info?)

If it plays LD's fine then problem is probably a spindle motor centering
issue. If it is off-center a little then it can have problems playing
starting CD's but LD's will play fine.

Kurtis

Niceguy92 wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I'm writing from France so sorry if my English is not perfect :-).
>
>I have an irregular problem with my Pioneer CLD-D925 player. I currently
>mostly use it to play audio CDs and I'm not sure the problem I'm reporting
>occurs with LDs too.
>
>When I play a CD, I randomly got the following problem: the player stops
>reading the CD and the front panel displays the error code "P0". Sometimes
>if I replay the same CD it works just fine. Other times, I got the error on
>more time.
>
>I've found the following link explaining that it would be a "spindle error".
>http://www.igelect.force9.co.uk/perrcds.html
>
>Could you tell me more about this and do you think there's anything I can do
>myself to repair the player? I'm usually able to repair all kind of stuff
>but I have no tracks at all for the current issue :-).
>
>Many thanks for your help!
>
>Best regards,
>
>Thierry
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
Anonymous
August 24, 2004 2:31:48 PM

Archived from groups: alt.video.laserdisc (More info?)

Kurtis Bahr wrote:
> If it plays LD's fine then problem is probably a spindle motor centering
> issue. If it is off-center a little then it can have problems playing
> starting CD's but LD's will play fine.
>
> Kurtis
>
> Niceguy92 wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm writing from France so sorry if my English is not perfect :-).
>>
>> I have an irregular problem with my Pioneer CLD-D925 player. I currently
>> mostly use it to play audio CDs and I'm not sure the problem I'm
>> reporting
>> occurs with LDs too.
>>
>> When I play a CD, I randomly got the following problem: the player stops
>> reading the CD and the front panel displays the error code "P0".
>> Sometimes
>> if I replay the same CD it works just fine. Other times, I got the
>> error on
>> more time.
Is it possible to fixate that problem?

>>

>> I've found the following link explaining that it would be a "spindle
>> error".
>> http://www.igelect.force9.co.uk/perrcds.html
>>
>> Could you tell me more about this and do you think there's anything I
>> can do
>> myself to repair the player? I'm usually able to repair all kind of stuff
>> but I have no tracks at all for the current issue :-).
>>
>> Many thanks for your help!
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>> Thierry
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
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Anonymous
August 24, 2004 3:42:15 PM

Archived from groups: alt.video.laserdisc (More info?)

If you can find the centering adjustment then you can put a CD in that
will play. Turn the adjustment screw left to find the point where the
sounds starts to break up, remember that point and quickly turn right to
get the sound back and continue turning right until the sounds breaks
up. Now put the adjustments screw in the middle of these two points.
That will be close enough to work for you.

I'm not at home to see where the adjustment screw is at for this machine.

Kurtis

Xadhoom wrote:

> Kurtis Bahr wrote:
>
>> If it plays LD's fine then problem is probably a spindle motor
>> centering issue. If it is off-center a little then it can have
>> problems playing starting CD's but LD's will play fine.
>>
>> Kurtis
>>
>> Niceguy92 wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I'm writing from France so sorry if my English is not perfect :-).
>>>
>>> I have an irregular problem with my Pioneer CLD-D925 player. I
>>> currently
>>> mostly use it to play audio CDs and I'm not sure the problem I'm
>>> reporting
>>> occurs with LDs too.
>>>
>>> When I play a CD, I randomly got the following problem: the player
>>> stops
>>> reading the CD and the front panel displays the error code "P0".
>>> Sometimes
>>> if I replay the same CD it works just fine. Other times, I got the
>>> error on
>>> more time.
>>
> Is it possible to fixate that problem?
>
>>>
>
>>> I've found the following link explaining that it would be a "spindle
>>> error".
>>> http://www.igelect.force9.co.uk/perrcds.html
>>>
>>> Could you tell me more about this and do you think there's anything
>>> I can do
>>> myself to repair the player? I'm usually able to repair all kind of
>>> stuff
>>> but I have no tracks at all for the current issue :-).
>>>
>>> Many thanks for your help!
>>>
>>> Best regards,
>>>
>>> Thierry
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>
Anonymous
August 25, 2004 12:55:28 AM

Archived from groups: alt.video.laserdisc (More info?)

Hi Kurtis,



I've been testing LDs - NTSC and PAL ones - all the day and until now, they
all play fine, that's at least a relief!



Regarding CDs, they still randomly end with a P0 error. The spindle motor
centering issue you suspect sounds like something pretty serious, doesn't
it? Do you think that's something that can be repaired (is there parts or
screws possibly loosened for the motor fixing?) or do you think it's more
reasonably a normal wear for which there's nothing to do?



Thanks a lot for your analysis.



Regards,



Thierry



"Kurtis Bahr" <kbahr@erols.com> a écrit dans le message de
news:412a8cae$0$21747$61fed72c@news.rcn.com...
> If it plays LD's fine then problem is probably a spindle motor centering
> issue. If it is off-center a little then it can have problems playing
> starting CD's but LD's will play fine.
>
> Kurtis
>
> Niceguy92 wrote:
>
> >Hi,
> >
> >I'm writing from France so sorry if my English is not perfect :-).
> >
> >I have an irregular problem with my Pioneer CLD-D925 player. I currently
> >mostly use it to play audio CDs and I'm not sure the problem I'm
reporting
> >occurs with LDs too.
> >
> >When I play a CD, I randomly got the following problem: the player stops
> >reading the CD and the front panel displays the error code "P0".
Sometimes
> >if I replay the same CD it works just fine. Other times, I got the error
on
> >more time.
> >
> >I've found the following link explaining that it would be a "spindle
error".
> >http://www.igelect.force9.co.uk/perrcds.html
> >
> >Could you tell me more about this and do you think there's anything I can
do
> >myself to repair the player? I'm usually able to repair all kind of stuff
> >but I have no tracks at all for the current issue :-).
> >
> >Many thanks for your help!
> >
> >Best regards,
> >
> >Thierry
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
Anonymous
August 25, 2004 1:31:21 AM

Archived from groups: alt.video.laserdisc (More info?)

Hi Kurtis!



Thank you very much for this new explanation!!



I will have a peek to see if I find any screw looking like an adjustment
device. And don't worry, this is not an urgent matter so I can calmly wait
for you are back home.



I look forward to getting more exciting news from you :-).



Thanks again,



Thierry



"Kurtis Bahr" <kbahr@erols.com> a écrit dans le message de
news:412b61d9$0$21752$61fed72c@news.rcn.com...
> If you can find the centering adjustment then you can put a CD in that
> will play. Turn the adjustment screw left to find the point where the
> sounds starts to break up, remember that point and quickly turn right to
> get the sound back and continue turning right until the sounds breaks
> up. Now put the adjustments screw in the middle of these two points.
> That will be close enough to work for you.
>
> I'm not at home to see where the adjustment screw is at for this machine.
>
> Kurtis
>
!